DMV Rules and Regulations
For more information on the rulemaking process please access this link: Department Information on the Rulemaking Process
The Department of Revenue, Division of Motor Vehicle's customers can participate in the drafting of proposed rules by attending our informal stakeholder workshops and formal rule hearings. Stakeholder meetings are held before filing a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking with the Secretary of State. To determine what our current annual Regulatory Agenda is, check out the Secretary of State's website located here: . To receive workshop notices, or hearing notices please sign up through the links below.
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Current DMV Scheduled Workshops and Hearings for Rule Promulgation
Proposed Rules - Under Review
RULE 42 - Special Mobile Machinery Specific Ownership Tax Credits for Out-of-State Use Under Contractual Agreements
1 CCR 204-30 RULE 1 - Rules for Application for Colorado Road and Community Safety Act Identification Documents 42-2-501 CRS
1 CCR 204-30 RULE 6 - Rules For the Application for a Driver's License or Identification Card for U.S. Citizens and Individuals Who Can Demonstrate Permanent Lawful Presence and Colorado Residency
1 CCR 204-32 RULE 1 - Sex Designation for Driver Licenses, Identificaton Cards, and Identification Documents
1 CCR 204-30 RULE 1 - Rules for Application for a Colorado Road and Community Safety Act Identification Documents 42-2-501 CRS
RULE 17 - Fees for Testing and for Issuance of Records, Licenses, Permits, and Identification Documents by the Colorado Department of Revenue
Petition for Rule Changes
You have the right to petition for the issuance, amendment, or repeal of a rule. This provides you the opportunity to identify problematic rules and to help the DMV improve efficiency. Fill out the below form which will be submitted directly to the DMV and is open to public inspection. Action on the submitted petition is at the discretion of the DMV; but when we undertake rulemaking on the matter, all related petitions for the issuance, amendment, or repeal of rules will be considered and acted upon in the same proceeding.
Current Colorado DMV Rules
To access the current Code of Colorado Regulations (CCR) published by the Secretary of State click .